Sometimes I wonder whether I could become agoraphobic. It's not that I have a fear of going out in public but simply that it's very easy for me to stay home for days on end. And left to my own hermit-like devices for a long period of time, would I eventually start to feel uneasy when I DID venture out? Well, I don't suppose I'll ever know since I'm sure I'll be forced to leave the house to go to work into the foreseeable future, but can you believe I came home from work Friday night and I still haven't gone out again since except to walk down to the mailbox a couple times?
I added the borders to the house quilt today--and, by the way, I found fabric I liked in my stash, so I didn't need to go out to the quilt shop. I used a jumbo blue rick rack between the sashing and outer border.
I was thinking I might pin it for quilting tomorrow, but maybe not. I already have another quilt pinned and if I decide to test my arm out on a quilting project, I suppose I can try that one. My arm seems a little better today, I think, but it might also be that I just didn't use it as much.
I've almost gotten all the things done around the house that I wanted to do while I was off work. I just have a couple things left to tackle tomorrow. Most of my Easter things are out, and I'll get a couple photos to share in the next few days. Do you remember the creepy bunnies? I unpacked them this year and they're sitting on the bench in the Wild Child's former bedroom. Oddly enough, when I came out of the Sweat Shop tonight and checked on our two cats, both of them were sleeping in the same room with them; one on the bed and one on the floor by the bench. I guess the cats don't think the bunny pair are creepy at all!
I'll be meeting a couple friends late in the day tomorrow, so I suppose I'll finally have to leave the house. I guess it had to happen someday!